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Hackers crack BlackWallet DNS server, steal US$ 400,000

Attackers have made off with up to US$ 400,000 (£290,000) in cryptocurrency after an ingenious attack on Stellar Lumen (XLM) wallet, BlackWallet.

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New Mirai botnet species ‘Okiru’ hunts for ARC-based kit

Researchers: Code designed to hit Linux devices

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ICO Fines Carphone Warehouse £400k

News broke today that Carphone Warehouse has been handed a £400,000 fine after one of the company’s computer systems was compromised as a result of a cyber-attack in 2015, putting millions of people’s data at risk. IT security experts commented below.

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Four major obstacles preventing effective incident response

When it comes to modern cyber security, an effective first response is critical but not always easy. Ryan Benson, Senior Threat Researcher at Exabeam, examines four of the most common challenges facing incident responders today and discusses how they can be mitigated.

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2018 Security Predictions (Part 3)

More threat vectors, more hacks, and more ransomware increase demand for more sophisticated malware detection and analysis.

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Automation and Orchestration: The Big Picture

Today, CISOs have a dizzying array of cybersecurity technologies offering the promise of a securer tomorrow.

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Uber Paid Hackers $100k to Hide Massive Theft of 75M Accounts
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6 Tips for Security Pros to Tackle Visibility

Actionable tips from the execs on how security leaders can better attain visibility into everything from network activity to non-corporate devices, user behavior and internal WiFi networks

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Buying the winning ticket: How distributors can profit from wildcard vendors

Exclusive CEO Olivier Breittmayer and COO Barrie Desmond tell CRN how they go about picking the right new vendor in a market crowded with start-ups

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Exabeam 2018 Predictions: The Changing Face of Cyber Security in 2018 and Beyond

Industry executives and experts share their predictions for 2018.

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